Remember Crabs? Turns Out They Didn't Disappear Along With Our Pubes
When pubic hair became less fashionable, so did talking about crabs—but they're just as common as they've ever been.
How Dangerous Are Dry Cleaning Chemicals?
The alternatives to the most notorious dry cleaning solvent are fairly diverse—but many of them don’t seem any safer.
This Is What Fish Oil Supplements Actually Do
Is fish oil really just snake oil?
Do Trigger Warnings Actually Work?
Researchers are divided over whether warnings about sensitive content help or harm people who have experienced trauma.
Experts Predict if AOC Will End Up Becoming President
A look back at the long history of young political stars.
Colleges Say They Don’t Have Money for Mental Health. Here’s What They Should Do
The model, called stepped care, is kind of like triage.
College Students in Crisis Are Increasingly Turning to Religious Leaders for Help
Chaplains are now part of the mental health ecosystem.
What Would it Be Like to Get High on Mars?
A very thorough answer to your very stoner question.
Trainers Need to Start Learning How to Work With Differently Abled People
Trainers and gyms are failing disabled people in a lot of ways. Does changing this pattern mean changing an entire culture of ableism?
How Russia Fell in Love with Candy Bars Made of Blood
Many Soviet children grew up loving the sweetness, texture, and slight metallic twang of Hematogen bars—without knowing what was in them.
CBD Could Interact With Prescription Meds
Here's what we know so far about using CBD while you're taking psych meds and other drugs.
How to Deal with Cops Who Believe Wild Conspiracy Theories Like QAnon
Mike Pence appeared in a photo with a cop wearing a "QAnon" patch, and he got demoted. But how many more like him are out there?